Bike to Worship Day! We Ride in Body or in Spirit
May 19th will be our first annual Bike to Worship Day! As part of National Bike to Work Week, those who are able are encouraged to bike/walk to church. The event will also promote Everybody Bikes, which partners with JUMP to provide access to affordable, sustainable, active transportation—for everybody.
If you’d like to ride with an experienced cyclist, or just want to ride with fellow congregants, meet up for a guided ride!
Guided Ride Meet-Ups:
Old North End-Community Health Center-9:30
New North End-Leddy Park at Bike Path-9:15
South End-Baird Park on Pine Street-9:15
UVM-University Heights at Main Street-9:30
Bike Path-ECHO Center-9:30
If you want to meet up at one of these locations, please tell or email Colby at email@example.com so guides know who to expect.
Be sure to wear a helmet and bring a lock. If you have any questions or want to volunteer as a guided ride leader, contact Colby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the last couple of years, there has been a consistent and significant rise in anti-semitic violence in America and around the world. While we have mourned mass shootings and have prayed for healing, most of us have not heard about the interpersonal violence that many of our Jewish sisters and brothers are being forced to reckon with. Part of the evening will involve our listening to OZ folks to hear their experiences so that we might better walk with them. Then, we’ll imagine together small ways in which our communities might work in our neighborhoods to advance peace, walking together to call our community to be its best self. All while sharing a meal!
Sharing a meal can sometimes be complicated, so to make things simple we’re asking that no one bring meat to this meal. Dairy is fine, but please no meat.
Since November 2016, our church has either prepared or purchased meals for the Friday night peer group at Outright, VT. Outright is a wonderful support organization for empowering and loving LGBTQ youth – folks who are often in need of a safe place; sadly oftentimes they need safety from Christian proclamations of hate. As an […]